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Research on the Application of Blended Teaching Mode in Business English Courses

Fubao Liang, Wenjie Yang


With the rapid development of science and technology, the fi eld of education is constantly exploring new teaching methods.
Among them, the blended teaching mode, combining the advantages of online teaching and traditional teaching, has become a trend. It
provides a real language environment through online teaching, so that students can learn in practice, improve the learning eff ect, master the
application of business English, and provide important ideas and methods for the reform of business English course teaching. Based on this,
this paper fi rst analyzes the connotation of blended teaching mode and its application advantages in business English courses, and then puts
forward feasible application strategies based on teaching practice, in order to provide references for peers.


Business English course; Mixed teaching mode; Application strategy

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/modern-management-forum.v8i4.12392